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Dr. '''Dieter Seifert''' has been called "the father of the parabolic solar cooker." He is the developer of the SK line of parabolic solar cookers and helps many organizations with these. Dieter promotes use of deep focus, high quality cookers together with heat retention cookers. About 16,000 SK's produced.
 
Dr. '''Dieter Seifert''' has been called "the father of the parabolic solar cooker." He is the developer of the SK line of parabolic solar cookers and helps many organizations with these. Dieter promotes use of deep focus, high quality cookers together with heat retention cookers. About 16,000 SK's produced.
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==Recent news and developments==
 
==Recent news and developments==
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*'''May 2013: Pioneering couple reflect on the state of solar cooking''' - For almost forty years, Imma Seifert has been involved in the promotion of solar cooking technology. She has used all the solar cooking devices that her husband [[Dieter Seifert]] has designed. Seifert’s solar cookers are today used by thousands of people around the world. For 157 days during 2011, Imma cooked all meals for her family in [[Germany]] using the 1.4-meter parabolic [[SK-14]] solar cooker. On many of these days she baked bread and cakes, produced jam and made fruit juices. She combines solar cooking with the use of a retained-heat cooking device. On all sunny mornings, she brings ten liters of water to a boil and keeps it hot for use during the day and evening in an insulated retained-heat container (studies have shown that 1/3 of the energy needed for cooking is required simply to bring water up to a boil). Imma and Dieter are convinced that quality solar cookers are not only helpful in overcoming the firewood crisis, but can reduce poverty in developing countries. They believe that solar cookers should also be used in industrialized countries and have proposed a large solar cooking program in Spain, where currently 50% of the youth are unemployed. They also urge schools to teach solar cooking not only as a clean energy technology, but also as a symbol of global cooperation and sustainable development.
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*'''April 2012:''' Very encouraging interview by [[Manolo Vilchez]] , CEO of [[alSol - Spain]] with Dieter & Inma Seifert about their developments and worldwide experiences with the [[parabolic solar cooker]] invented by [[Dieter Seifert]] in 1983 in [[Germany]]. In Spanish. {{GoogleLinkFromSpanish|1=http://www.tiendafotovoltaica.es/epages/61359426.sf/es_ES/?ObjectPath=/Shops/61359426/Categories/Filosofia_de_la_coccion_con_el_Sol|2=El texto de la entrevista está aquí...}}
 
*'''April 2012:''' Very encouraging interview by [[Manolo Vilchez]] , CEO of [[alSol - Spain]] with Dieter & Inma Seifert about their developments and worldwide experiences with the [[parabolic solar cooker]] invented by [[Dieter Seifert]] in 1983 in [[Germany]]. In Spanish. {{GoogleLinkFromSpanish|1=http://www.tiendafotovoltaica.es/epages/61359426.sf/es_ES/?ObjectPath=/Shops/61359426/Categories/Filosofia_de_la_coccion_con_el_Sol|2=El texto de la entrevista está aquí...}}
   
 
==Audio and video==
 
==Audio and video==
 
*'''July 2006:''' [http://solarcooking.org/media/broadcast/default.htm?seifert Audio interview in which Dr. Dieter Seifert discusses how to use CDM to finance solar cooking projects]
 
*'''July 2006:''' [http://solarcooking.org/media/broadcast/default.htm?seifert Audio interview in which Dr. Dieter Seifert discusses how to use CDM to finance solar cooking projects]
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*'''May 2013: '''[http://www.sunpod.de/2013/05/100_sunpod_interview-imma-und-dr-dieter-seifert-parabolspiegelkocher/ Audio Interview with Dieter and Imma Seifert about the history of the SK parabolic cookers] (German)
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==Articles in the media==
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*'''May 2013:''' [[Media:Entrevista_ERA_SOLAR.pdf|“La cocina parabólica es mucho más que un horno”: Entrevista Imma y Dieter Seifert]] - ''ERA Solar''
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==See also==
 
==See also==
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[mailto:bdiv.seifert@t-online.de bdiv.seifert@t-online.de]
 
[mailto:bdiv.seifert@t-online.de bdiv.seifert@t-online.de]
[[Image:Kahn_Grumley_Owino_DSeifert_ISeifert.jpg|left|thumb|400px|Danielle Kahn, Terry Grumley, [[Margaret Owino]], Dr. Deiter Seifert of [[EG Solar]] and his wife, Imma Seifert, demonstrate a large [[SK-14]] parabolic cooker at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.]]
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[[Image:Kahn_Grumley_Owino_DSeifert_ISeifert.jpg|left|thumb|400px|Danielle Kahn, Terry Grumley, Margaret Owino, Dr. Dieter Seifert of [[EG Solar]] and his wife, Imma Seifert, demonstrate a large [[SK-14]] parabolic cooker at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.]]
 
[[Category:Individuals|Seifert]]
 
[[Category:Individuals|Seifert]]
 
[[Category:Germany|Seifert]]
 
[[Category:Germany|Seifert]]

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Deiter Seifert

Dr. Dieter Seifert has been called "the father of the parabolic solar cooker." He is the developer of the SK line of parabolic solar cookers and helps many organizations with these. Dieter promotes use of deep focus, high quality cookers together with heat retention cookers. About 16,000 SK's produced.

Dieter is also working on a project in Ache, Indonesia making use of the Clean Development Mechanism for funding.

Recent news and developmentsEdit

  • May 2013: Pioneering couple reflect on the state of solar cooking - For almost forty years, Imma Seifert has been involved in the promotion of solar cooking technology. She has used all the solar cooking devices that her husband Dieter Seifert has designed. Seifert’s solar cookers are today used by thousands of people around the world. For 157 days during 2011, Imma cooked all meals for her family in Germany using the 1.4-meter parabolic SK-14 solar cooker. On many of these days she baked bread and cakes, produced jam and made fruit juices. She combines solar cooking with the use of a retained-heat cooking device. On all sunny mornings, she brings ten liters of water to a boil and keeps it hot for use during the day and evening in an insulated retained-heat container (studies have shown that 1/3 of the energy needed for cooking is required simply to bring water up to a boil). Imma and Dieter are convinced that quality solar cookers are not only helpful in overcoming the firewood crisis, but can reduce poverty in developing countries. They believe that solar cookers should also be used in industrialized countries and have proposed a large solar cooking program in Spain, where currently 50% of the youth are unemployed. They also urge schools to teach solar cooking not only as a clean energy technology, but also as a symbol of global cooperation and sustainable development.

Audio and videoEdit

Articles in the mediaEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ContactEdit

Siedlungsstrasse 12
D-84 524 NEUOTTING
Germany

bdiv.seifert@t-online.de

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Danielle Kahn, Terry Grumley, Margaret Owino, Dr. Dieter Seifert of EG Solar and his wife, Imma Seifert, demonstrate a large SK-14 parabolic cooker at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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